Reducing the design of a website can achieve minimalism, and make the website become nothing more than the barest elements. However, doing this difficult task can also be intimidating and for some very hard to master.
Something we are starting to see when we take the time to shop online is the “Buy online, pick up in store” option. This option is very popular to all of the online shoppers that would prefer to shop online. Once the shopper is notified their item is at the store, it can be picked
Millions of people around the world rely on reviews before making a purchase. Reviews range from a small coffee shop to business’s where large amounts of money are spent. The bad thing about reading reviews is the possibility you might be reading a review that is not only fake, but the person writing the review
As holiday season rapidly approaches, so does the holiday rush for retailers. This year holiday sales are expected to exceed $61 billion dollars in November and December. There are six trends to follow that are going to be what makes holiday season such a big time for small and mid-sized retailers. Here is a list
The rise of mobile commerce, non-bank payment options, and PCI compliance burdens is making many merchants consider new alternative payment options for all of their shoppers. Therefore, the online payments industry is changing. Changing payment options might seem like any easy task, but little attention has been given to the conversion aspect of these new
The newest version of Magento in some cases has a problem working correctly with PayPal Standard payment option. After completing the checkout fields and clicking the buttons to process payment via PayPal, you can experience the error message ‘Unable to process payment.’ There is a trick to solve this issue. The error message looks like
You can integrate Google Analytics with your Zen Cart website very easily by editing only one file. First you have to have your Google Analytics account. If you do not have one, go to http://www.google.com/analytics/ and sign up. Let’s go to your Zen Cart files. The file we are interested in is located here: ../included/templates/YOURTEMPLATE